Book jacket image for Mother Doll by Katya Apekina




Mother Doll

In Mother Doll, Katya Apekina hits on something beautifully innate: Who are we if not the histories of our ancestors?

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Review of ‘Mother Doll’

Zhenia’s life is, admittedly, not going as planned. Having aspired to be an actor in Los Angeles, she now works as a medical translator for Russian-speaking patients, struggling to salvage what’s left of her marriage after breaking the news of a surprise pregnancy to her husband. So when a psychic named Paul calls to say…

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